Sex, Drugs, and Economics : An Unconventional Introduction to Economics
A refreshing look at economics with topics ranging from sex, drugs, arms and music to energy, movies and farming, the Internet and Aids, Diane Coyle plunges herself and the reader into some of the world's most contentious political and social issues. Diane Coyle shows how economic principles apply to headline issues in an entertaining, humane, and highly intelligent way. Harvard-educated Coyle is an economist and award-winning writer specializing in business, technology, and global economics.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 156 x 232 x 22mm | 439.98g
- 08 Mar 2004
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Texere Publishing
- Florence, United States
"This is a highly engaging and remarkably literate survey of economics in practice by the new doyenne of popular business economics....Dr. Coyle has a rare talent for making esoteric theories come alive while staying true to the fundamentals of economic science."